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The Evening Missourian. [volume] (Columbia, Mo.) 1917-1920, October 21, 1917, Image 5

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8UXDAY MftfflKP M8S0nRIAy,''(IOT0BBR 81. 117.
piA' fob y. ytiTjL campaign
fforiers In lVar Fuhd'HoTe Meei
Missouri to Raise Million.
At the meeting held at the Y. M. C.
A. Friday night, plans were presented
for organizing the University and
goone County to aid in raising the
$35 000,000 which the Y. M. C. A. of the
United States will raise for war work.
A committee was appointed to
jelect a delegation to attend the meet
ing at Jefferson City next Sunday
This meeting will be held at 2:30
o'clock in the courthouse. Another
committee, with Dean Eldon It. James
as chairman, was appointed to take
charge of the University work.
Judge David H. Harris is chairman
of the eighth district which com
priscc eight counties including Boone
County. Hugh Stephens of Jefferson
City is camgaign manager. C. C.
Hatfield, international county work
secretary who has his headquarters
at Chicago, is here to assist in this
work.
Missouri will furnish $1,000,000 of
the fund An attempt will be made to
raise $50,000 from the colleges of
Missouri. Twenty per cent of this will
be given to the Y. W. C. A.
COLUMBIA LAWS REVISED
City Ordinances Contained In Book
Just ReceWed From Printer.
The ordinances of Columbia and all
constitutional provisions and statutes
-1I.. tn tlffaa nf tha third clnfla ATP
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contained in the book just received Dy
J. S. Blcknell, city clerk, and which
may be obtained from him. This re
vision is the first since 1900. It was
made by Lakeman Price and George
S. Starrett.
Schweitzer Society to Jlect Oct 31.
The next meeting of the Schweitzer
Chemical Society will be held in
Schweitzer Hall the night of October
Si. Gilbert P. Moore will give a paper
on "The Relation of Geology to
Chemistry," and Arthur E. Lang
meier on "Chemical Control of the
powflering or Coal for Combustion."
There will be an election of officers.
'IV is
COtVJiBti'HlGirilf TiroAto
Scoi Jn the Game With. Marshall
,' Was 0 to 0. J
Columbia High School and Marshall
High School played a tie game at
Marshall Friday. Neither team scor
ed. Columbia put the ball on the
five-yard line once and also on the
ten-yard line but was unable to go
farther. The Columbia team is now
without a coach since- the departure
of J. K. O'Heron for Fort Sheridan.
dents. Mdrairig'-'Vorshlp 'will be at
10:45 o'clock. whenlhe castor, the
Rev. S. W. Hayne,.' will, preach on
"The Christian Idea of, God." There
will be special music Evening wor
ship will be at 7:30 o'clock, with a
sermon by the pastor. Epworth
League will meet at 6:30 o'clock.
Miss Coombs, a returned missionary,
will speak.
MRS. E. R. IIAYDEX DEAD
Grandmother of University Registrar
Hn.1 T !rwl In llnnnvllla
Frank C. Chambers, registrar, was
called to the home of his parents at
Boonville yesterday by the death of
his grandmother, Mrs. E. R. Hayden.
His brother, J. C. Chambers, a soph
omore In the University, accompanied
him. Mrs. Hayden was 81 years old
and had been ill some time. The fu
neral will be today.
Jewish Congregation.
The Jewish Students' Congregation
will meet at 8 o'clock tonight in the
Y. M. C. A. Auditorium. Rabbi Louis
Bernstein will conduct the services.
Presbyterian.
Sunday School will meet at 9:45
o'clock, with classes for, everybody.
Morning worship will be held at 11
o'clock, when the Rev. W. W. Elwang,
pastor, will speak on "Humanity
Needs a Messiah." Young People's
meeting will be held at 6:30 o'clock.
AT THE CHURCHES
Broadway Methodist
Sunday School will meet at 9:30
o clock, with special classes for stu-
Sorority Buys $100 Liberty Bond.
The Delta Gamma sorority has done
"its bit" in the present crisis by pur
chasing a $100 Liberty bond.
Miss Drescher and Miss Price's
dancing classes for married couples t
will start Thursday, October 25. Phone .
604 or 620 for information. P-31
CLASSIFIED ADS.
Half a Cent a Word a Day
BOOMS FOR REXT
FOU RENT Furnished or unfurnished
rooms. 40S Price. I'hone SOS-Black. I)-tf
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Modern six-room apart
ment, sleeping porch; private entrance;
neirljr papered; water and beat furnished;
2H blocks from Broadway, one-half block
of West Campus. I'hone 850-BUck.
C-303-tf
BOARD
BOJ.RD AND ROOMS for men. One
double room, $12; 2 double. $11 each; one
double, $10; one single, 76. Jefferson Club,
.111 Wangh. J-31tf
LOST AXD FOUND j
LOST A black wallet. Finder please
leave at the Missourian office. C-31
LOST Light colored Jersey cow with
horns, wearing a black hilter. Satuiday
morning. If found notify 4S0-Red. ,
. 1
LOST Turquoise ass peirl pin. some
where between 140S Rosemary lane and
east end of University avenue. Phone
123S-Black. Reward. F-tf
EXCUANCED An overcoat bought
from Victor Itarth Clothing Co- was taken
by mltake at Read Hall Friday night
and one bought In Mexico, Mo- was left.
Owner call 012. J-31
STRAYED OU STOLEN Two Jersey
calves. Information leading to their re
covery will be rewarded by owner, E. W.
Stephens. 31tf
TEACHERS WANTED
FOR onr virled calls. Many war vacacles.
Missouri Teachers' Agency, Klrksrllle.
Mo. M-317tf
FOR RENT
. FOR RENT New modern 5-room
bungalow; furnished. Cheap if taken at
once. Thone T92-Black. MrF-31
TOR SALE
FOR SALE Frying chickens. 2 pounders
at 3 cents a pound. Phone SG9-Wlilte.
J-32
FOR SALE or trade. New $S3 Royal
Typewriter. A good bargain. See Welch.
t Stephen's plant after 5 p. m. W-34
TEACHERS WANTED
TEACHERS WANTED Good positions
J reported every month In the year.
Mid-year graduates enroll now. Write
lor blank and booklet. Central Educatlon
J Bureau, St. Louis, Mo- W. J. Hawkins
Mgr. ' F. S. 6-15
MISCELLANEOUS
WAXTnn Tlno! vnrel- sfpndv work,
Wod wages. MeElroy Sloan Shoe C"m:i
'?, iouisiana, mo. .w
TAKEN from the coatroom In the Uni
versity library, an overcoat, medium
weight. Five dollars reward if returned to
owner, J. c. Wise.
WANTED Young man to care for
nrnace In exchange for room. Phone 131U.
H-23tI
WANTED TO TRADE Six-acre home,
Well Improved, In smnll town, water
Piped in house, orchard. Also ten acres
Pasture land. For Columbia property or
Jrm land. Address Box 75, Morrlsvllle.
Mo. UFG-33
WANTED Student to wait on table. To
ome at 11:30. C, care of Missourian. S-29tf
WANTED A heating stove for a widow
"dy. Wanted by Charity Socletv Or
Ranizatlon. WNM-33
FOR
2c
PER DAY
You may read the
latest fiction from
Announcement
We hare just purchased at a
low price a stock of Men's and
Boys' Sample Shoes from one
of the largest shoe houses In
the country and hare arranged
for a contlnned supply. Why
pay others fifty per cent more
for the same shoes! Also open
Saturday night to 10 o'clock.
Gordon Harness
and Shoe Co.
Two Doors East Boone Tavern
Eve'ninWrtice u be held at 7:30
o'clock, ,
Fanffrf
Baptist
Suriday School wjll meet at 9:30
o'clock. The morning service will be
held at 10:45 o'clock, with a sermon
by the Rev. A. H. Ross. Young Peo
ple's Union meeting will be held at
6:30 o'clock. The evening service
will be held at 7:30 o'clock, with a
sermon by the pastor, the Rev. T. W.
Young, on "Choosing a Leader."
Christian Science.
Service at 11 o'clock in rooms on
second floor of the Virginia Building.
The subject will be "Doctrine of
Atonement." Sunday School will
start at 9:45 o'clock.
'effigdrf
AND
TenBroecMs
For Better Photographs
Holborn Studio
910a Broadway
n
TffiMgwiHaie
Circulating Libraries
Fine Shoe Repairing
Crone. Oak, Water Proof
and Neolin Seles.
Oldest and best equipped in
City.
Sewed soles 60c, up.
PARSONS
7 S. 9th.
Those well known delicious
Candies are the kind you
want for yourself and friends
THE DRUG SHOP
815 BROADWAY
"The City's Kodak Headquarters"
If Hoover lived in Columbia
He would trade at the CO-OP
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SELF FILLING PEN
THE PEN THAT MAKES WRITING A PLEASURE
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THE
STUDENTS
AND
BUSINESS HANS
PEN
'PERFORMS
3Ann'i'ilro WHAT OTHERS
PROMISE
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MlINSiNG
the perfect fitting under
wear that KEEPS its per
fect fit covers comfort
ably every cu rve and angle
of your body gives and
takes with every move
ment. There is hardly
anyone that we can't cor
rectly fit from our wide
selection of styles and
fabrics.
The Store of Standard Herchttridts-
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Buy your Films at CO-OP
Bring your Films to CO-OP
for developing and printing
The Drug Shop does our photographic u'ork and
that insures satisfaction. Same prices as last tyear.
the CO-OP
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I The University's Most
I Representative Organization I
Carter Week, October 22nd to 27th
The little things that make
CARTER'S "the perfect
underwear"
Every Carter garment offers over
whelming proof that "trifles make
perfection."
The perfect flatness of the triple
seams. The'abidlng shapeliness of
the shell trimmings. The barred
ends on the buttonholes. The full
sixteen stitches that securely hold
the four-hole buttons. The "bud
ding" on the ends of the seams, to
prevent raveling.
Trifles all! But in the aggregate underwear perfection!
-Carter's 2?jl jgP
Knit e$y prSt
Underwear S fir
Please" fe& Ie
fi-J'f m . !
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.I-L 'T vl S l HI, ITTUI
It'll e .11 A- tVUL
1 Is it a powerful fact
1 or in the Army?
1 Ask the Soldiers.
TWO NOTEWORTHY
1 REPLIES:
'I Dean F. B. Mumford, of the
College of Agriculture, and
, Missouri's Food Adminis-
S trator:
The Y. M. C A. is first of all an
5 institution for promoting the re-
ligious life of students, but its
doors are open to every student
H enterprise. It has been the most
E important agency in the Univer-
i5 sity for aiding students to secure
's profitable employment.
E The Young Men's Christian Asso-
E elation has the universal approval
E of the people of Missouri. Its
broad-minded policy has commend-
E ed it to the students and faculty
E of the University.
EXFERIEMZ
YEARf
JttO. U.S. FAT. OFT.
Garter's HE Underwear
Sold Onlr at
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Is it an uplifting
force in the
University? .
Ask the Missouri
Student.
Morris E. Dry, All-Student
President jor 1917-18:
There Is no organization in the
University that contributes in
greater degree to the best Interests
of the student body than the Y. M.
C. A. It stands for and encourages
the best in student ideals. It is
always to be found among the
hearty supporters of student activ
ities for the best interests of Missouri.
The "Y" stands behind Missouri in every student activity.
It is the embodiment of the highest ideals and aspirations in Uni-
tl versity life it stands for improvement of mind, body and spirit.
I It is international in scope a worldwide brotherhood.
1 You'll Find Your Friends Are Members
J Young Men's Christian Ass'n
If (Your Association, Maintained by Your Support)
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